UFC Fight Night : UFC London 2022 Blaydes vs Aspinall Fight Tonight, date, time, ticket, How to watch
Tom Aspinall takes on Curtis Blaydes in a very heavyweight face-off topping the bill at UFC London this weekday night at a oversubscribed out O2 Arena. establish the way to watch or live stream here.
Get the beers within the refrigerator and stick the pizzas within the kitchen appliance - it is time for UFC London baby!
Four months since arguably the simplest night within the history of British MMA, the large show involves city once more with 9 Brits wanting to copy that historic evening at the O2 Arena.
With the likes of Tom Aspinall, Paddy Pimblett and poeciliid fish McCann in action, it's attending to be another another unmissable event - and it all goes down completely live across the BT Sport network.
Aspinall tiptop the bill in his second straight five-round assignment as he takes on fellow heavyweight rival Curtis Blaydes within the main event.
Aspinall created the simplest performance of his fledgling career last outing as he created light-weight work of Alexander Volkov - however the Salford fighter faces another Brobdingnagian leap in competition within the kind of perennial title hopeful Blaydes tomorrow night.
Swedish middleweight Jack Hermansson takes co-main honours as he faces late replacement Chris Curtis following Darren Till's injury-enforced withdrawal earlier this month.
Liverpool can still be pictured on the most card with rising star Paddy Pimblett wanting to blow the roof off the O2 Arena once more once he takes on Jordan Leavitt in a very light-weight contest to not be lost.
Three-time light-weight heavyweight title competitor Alexander Gustafsson is that the meat in a very stew sandwich as returns to action when a biennial closedown against Nikita Krylov, shortly when poeciliid fish McCann makes her polygon walk.
McCann's spinning elbow knockout finish in March was the standout moment from associate degree memorable evening and also the 32-year-old is assured of replicating her bonus-winning heroics against Hannah Goldy this weekend.
And the ever-entertaining Paul Craig opens the most card once he faces former 205lb title competitor Volkan Oezdemir with the Scottish fighter wanting to secure a fifth straight win to cement his standing as a legit title prospect.
With all that and a bunch of different Brits together with Mason Jones, Jai Victor Herbert and Muhammad Mokaev competitive on a superb preliminary card, you will not need to miss any of the action this weekday night.